It’s day 12 of quarantine, which means this group of co-workers should have settled into a routine by now, or have they? I’m so grateful to Mersiha Musovic for casting me in this sketch series. Stay tuned for more episodes!
FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2020 – 6:30 – 8 PM PACIFIC TIME WATCH IT ON YOUTUBE LIVE If there are any issues during the show please check my Twitter for updates. If you see an error note, and not this image at 6:30 PM, try refreshing your browser. WHAT IS TEEN ANGST
I’ll be honest, I never thought this should would live to be 19 years old. I certainly didn’t think it would keep getting better with age, but here we are more than 2 weeks from the show and tickets are more than 50% sold! Never been to the show? Here’s
This past November Teen Angst Night turned 19 and the show is still going strong. This Friday is another hilarious TAN with lost of new readers sharing their old embarrassing notebooks for your entertainment. Teen Angst Night is a comedic reading series. Readers can share anything (poetry, songs, letters, journals, diaries, essays,
Yes, Teen Angst Night has been going for 19 years. It started back in Calgary in 2000. That’s a lot of time reflecting on teenage depression, awkwardness, first kisses, bad school dances, getting drunk, and messing up. Next year is going to be amazing but don’t miss out on this
View this post on Instagram Thank you @leigheldridge for these fantastic photos from the last #TeenAngstNight @foxcabaret. 📸 The next show is May 3. Tickets are on sale @eventbrite and the reader list is filling up. Sign up if you want to share. More info at my website (link in
Vancouver loves Teen Angst Night. I love Teen Angst Night. If you love Teen Angst Night you’d better get your tickets soon because they’re selling fast! Tickets on eventbrite. Some tickets will be available at the door for $15, but you’d better plan to be there early. What’s Teen Angst Night?
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 – FOX CABARET – DOORS: 7PM – SHOW: 8-10PM – $10 IN ADVANCE – $15 AT THE DOOR Teen Angst Night is a comedic reading series. Readers can share anything (poetry, songs, letters, journals, diaries, essays, stories, plays, lists, etc) so long as it follows these rules:
Alright, I’ve accepted it – summer is over. It’s time to get back to putting my nose in books and make fun of them, because we need some laughter to distract us from the dystopia we are living in. I haven’t chosen my bad book for the next Say